Are you a social personality who seems to attract people because of your genuine interest in others, your warmth and sense of humour? Do your friends consider you to be the consummate networker? Or perhaps your career is feeling a little stale and you are looking to put a bit of stimulation and reward back into it. If so, then a career in Matchmaking may be right up your street!
The research into female breadwinners is varied and insightful, but how does it come into play in some of the most successful echelons of society?
For a gay man living a transient, jet-set lifestyle, creating – and maintaining – that close bond with another man can be real tricky, but certainly not impossible.
You’re a high flyer. You’ve got the world at your feet. You dazzle everyone you meet. But behind closed doors, are you as happy as you feel you should be, with a life that, at least on the surface, is going so amazingly well?
London is blessed with fantastic locations to sit and relax underneath the stars. However, London's sheer size can present a dilemma when it comes to choosing a romantic place to take a date.
If you make it difficult for your potential man to read whether or not you’re truly into him, you risk losing him to someone who’s got that balance between playing it cool and making his interest clear down to a tee.
I'm going to be looking into some of the lesser-known romantic hideaways. From secret gardens to hidden places you never know existed, I have selected some of my favourite places to relax and unwind with your date.
It’s always much more fun and takes the pressure out of early conversations to be involved in some kind of activity when getting to know someone. Sometimes it can be hard to think of what might be good to do, so here are my top 5 activity dates on both sides of the pond.